Well it’s no surprise this book is amazing. The whole series has been nothing but perfection and Levi was without doubt the sweetest and most deserving of all the Carillo brothers.

I think going into this one, after having seen him go through so much pain and heartache in his brothers books and knowing how pure and innocent he was and the gentleness and pureness of his heart I knew he was going to need to find extraordinary.

But of course after she made us like the previously hated Axel I knew she would not disappoint me but damn did she blow it right out of the park with this story. Add to that the continuation of the Carillo brother’s reunion and Molly and Rome it couldn’t have been better.



In each of the books we have had not just amazing characters but also an incredible story to accompany them all and getting to see it from every one of their individual perspectives has been nothing short of brilliant. How Tillie has not just brought each character to life but has also made each of their struggles or issues so real and individual is awe inspiring.

If like me, you started this series at the beginning you know who Levi is and everything he has faced in his too short and way too sad life and you want him to find a perfect angel. Instead he finds Elsie, and she is far from perfect, she is even more broken than Levi is but she is such a truly beautiful soul she compliments him perfectly.

As with every book in this series I needed to read it in a safe place with a box of tissues handy and despite the fact I had to stop often to clear the tears from my eyes so I could make out the words on my kindle I loved every single word. I couldn’t put it down and this story will be with me for a long time as each of the previous characters has.

If you haven’t yet started this series you seriously have to race out and one click them all right now they are all 10 plus star reads.




 

This was a perfect, sweet and funny holiday novella that had me laughing out loud from the very beginning.

Sam was such a great character and he dealt with all the family drama so perfectly I was half in love with him from the moment he was groped in the foyer.



Noel’s family were classic. I loved them all so much I wanted to move in and join in the madness and mayhem. It was impossible not to love them all just purely for their quirkiness.

Noel was slightly on the annoying side but she did entirely redeem herself at the end and being a novella and such a funny one at that I didn't really notice until I tried to explain her now so I guess she gets a pass.

The amount of times I was in fits of laughter made this book worth every cent. If you're looking for a feel good sweet, sexy,funny holiday read you have to one click this.









Wow I am absolutely blown away that this is Scarlett Cole’s debut novel. It was so well written and the characters were so well developed and the story so gripping it felt like she has been doing this forever.

From the second I picked it up I was sucked in and I couldn’t put it down until I had finished it at 3am this morning. Books like this are why I read romance novels.

Unfortunately I was stupid and after reading the blurb I figured this book was going to be super angsty and soul destroying and I put it in the angst collection on my kindle and just haven’t been in the mood for anything heavy since. But then yesterday I was in a mood and couldn’t figure out what to read and this was the first one that jumped out at me and now I have to confess I am a fucking idiot.

Despite the heavy theme and the sad circumstances this book didn’t have me ugly crying (a few small tears don’t count right?) and I felt nothing but warm fuzzies and love and hope for these beautiful characters.



Trent was beautiful and I loved that it wasn’t insta love but he felt a connection and he didn’t ignore it or do anything but build the connection and it just made me love him more and more and more. He was sweet and sensitive and just fucking perfect.

Harper started out broken and watching her growth and strength was inspiring. She was such a beautiful, open, caring person from the start but her journey was a hard one and I loved that she never gave in to her fear or circumstances. Although most of the credit really should go to the amazing and patient way Trent handled and treated her.


The secondary characters were such a part of the story I feel as invested in them as I do Trent and Harper and I absolutely can’t wait until January for the next installment in this amazing group of people.

However I am gonna be honest and say there were a few of my pet peeves in this book that would normally have me spitting the dummy and dropping this book to a 3 or 4 star rating they were completely understandable and justified in this novel so I will mention them and build a bridge.
So heres my peeves.

Harper cried (a lot). I know that sounds cold the book is about this traumatic thing she has been through that has led her to be standing in front of Trent’s tattoo parlour but I am a suffer in silence, cry in your pillow believer and Harper cried ………………… a lot. Now I can honestly say despite the fact I am mentioning this yes it happened but when I found myself rolling my eyes, rather than being annoyed at the book I was wondering WTF was wrong with me that I was noticing she was crying and then I wanted to cuddle her and give her chocolate and make it all better. So it worked and actually made me respect her more. Weird right?

And the other thing is stupid misunderstandings from lack of communication. Yeah this book had that. And normally that sends me off into rant mode about the stupidity of humanity. But you know what they were stupid misunderstandings but the lack of communication is 100% understandable and added to the story perfectly rather than taking away from it.

So even though it had factors that are on my shit list this book pulled a perfect 5 star rating because it made it well rounded and added depth and made it more realistic and I loved it so hard, it will be with me for ages.

You honestly need to run out and one click it right now.


 


Hmmm I am not really sure what to say or where to start with this one. I guess I should start at the beginning and for me that is Prick. I fucking loved it. And I had to read the rest of the series and to be honest it's been a little bit of a love hate relationship.

But as far as this book goes I think Sabrina summed it up when she said it was the most over the top of the series. And I absolutely agree with her but it's fiction and I enjoyed the over the top ness of the whole thing.

I loved the main characters and I loved the lack of drama and angst. And I was drawn in and invested from the very beginning. Albie was perfectly annoying and aggravating and entitled and just perfect. And Belle was frustrating and irritating and sweet and I really liked her.


Aside from Prince Albert’s Prince Albert I also loved that he was pretty damn good at the dirty talk and there was plenty of smoking hot sex to keep my panties wet.

But what I hated and what dropped my rating was the editing. And I am not referring to grammatical errors or spelling issues, I am talking about getting characters names WRONG repeatedly. Was the bodyguards name fucking Simon or Martin? Don't call the PR lady who is previously unintroduced by the main characters names. It pisses me off when I have to re-read a page repeatedly to realise it's a fuck up and it pulls me from the book for pages. And the bodyguards name had me flipping pages and ranting to my uninterested husband.

Ok rant over. Here's the thing, despite that I really enjoyed this book. But if you're going to have the same issue I did or if you can't stand an over the top storyline then maybe give this one a miss. That said I seriously did struggle to put this down today so if you think you can ignore those things this is well worth the read.

 
 Check out my reviews for Prick and Cannon








I absolutely love Ginger Scott’s writing. I fell in love with her Falling Series so hard and I added this to my tbr pile and stalked her between books. And although I one clicked it and looked at it every time I looked for my next book to read I kept putting it off. I knew it would destroy me and I needed to find the time to hide away with it.

Well I wasn’t wrong, it destroyed me from the start, but it wasn’t at all what I expected from the blurb and in all honesty I am glad I went into it semi blind. Every twist in the story, every new tragedy, every piece of angst hit me like I was living it.



Kensi was so undeserving of the things that befell her yet she never once made it about her and I think that’s why I loved her so hard. She didn’t break and she kept fighting for the people she loved.

Owen, well, he had his arsehole , man whore moments but then I love that in a book boyfriend so it really just made me love him even more when he showed his true nature and let himself love Kensi.

This was an awesome book despite the puffy eyes from all the ugly tears I have cried and just further cements my crush on the amazing Ginger. 

Fucking loved it.



  




This is yet another case of why the hell did I wait so long to read this book? I mean seriously it has been on my kindle forever and I have wanted to read it for just as long but I kept getting side tracked. Then I had a bit of angst overload and picked it up and couldn’t put it down.

I really need to read more Penny Reid books. She has this way of making me cry, swoon and piss myself laughing all within a single page and I always find myself so invested in her characters I feel like I need to tell everyone how awesome they are.



I did read the blurb for this one and I thought I knew was I was getting and I kinda got what I expected, just not in the way I was thinking it would happen but I also got so much more.

Duane had moments of absolute alpha that had me wanting to wrap him up and take him home but sadly he also had moments of complete stupidity and bullshit male thinking that I really wanted to slap him. However when it counted he was perfect and the things that came out of his mouth were pure poetry.

I loved meeting the Winston brothers and although I probably shouldn’t admit it since we didn’t see nearly enough of them I do have my favourites and I can’t wait to get to their books.

And while Jessica was sweet I had moments when her attitude just drove me nuts. I mean don’t get me wrong I loved her and I really wanted them to get together and start popping out cute little babies. I just wanted her to pull her head out of her ass a little faster and get to the happily ever after she was fighting for.

So if you’re looking for a sweet, funny, feel good book with a touch of drama, a lot of action and some swoon worthy moments mixed in you have to read this book now.